I love learning about new tools to make social media marketing more creative and effective, so I’ve decided to share some of my favorite tools with you at the start of each week. This week’s cool tool recommendation is Page Analytics a Google Chrome Extension.
The Page Analytics Chrome Extension allows you to see how vistors interact with your web pages, including what they click and don’t click. You can use these insights to optimize your website layout, improve user experience, and increase conversions.
Click here to download the app.
Is Instagram part of your healthcare marketing strategy? Instagram – the image-sharing site owned by Facebook – now reaches 800 million monthly active users and currently boasts 500 million daily active users.
Visual marketing was hotter than ever in 2017 and will only continue to grow in importance over the next few years. People connect more emotionally with images than text, and in an increasingly crowded digital landscape images can break through the online content clutter.
Visual content can be an incredibly powerful marketing tool – one that increases message association, brand awareness, and encourages engagement and shares. Healthcare marketing has been slow to adopt Instagram, but if you are looking to increase digital engagement in 2018, it’s time to add the platform to your online marketing mix.
A new infographic by Salesforce shares some creative ideas to make the most of Instagram’s multiple-image posting feature. Called a “carousel”, this feature lets you post up to 10 photos in a slideshow or an album and offers a host of possibilities to increase user engagement.
Here’s how it works:
And now for some creative ways to use the feature:
Click to view the full Salesforce infographic
I’ve been asked how I follow so many people on Twitter and yet manage to keep engaged. with them. When the number of people you follow gets into high figures, it can become unwieldy to manage them all. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the number of tweets appearing on your timeline – particularly now that Twitter has expanded to 280 characters. So how can you be sure you are keeping up to date with those folks you most want to hear from?
One word – Lists.
Twitter Lists is a feature that has been around from the early days of Twitter and it’s one of the most useful features on the platform.
Here’s how it works:
1. Click on Lists on your profile page
2. Click Create New List
3. Name the List and provide a description
4. Designate the List as Public or Private & then hit Save List
5. To add or remove people from your Lists:
- Use the person icon drop-down menu on somebody’s profile
- Choose add or remove from Lists
- Choose the List you would like to add the person to or uncheck the List the person was already a member of
Visit Twitter’s Help Center for more information on:
- seeing Lists you’re a member of
- viewing tweets from a List
- subscribing to a List
- editing or deleting a List
- sharing a List URL
It’s so easy to build a Twitter List and it is such an effective and simple way to get a handle on your Twitter engagement. Each time you follow someone new on Twitter, get into the habit of adding them straight to one of your lists. If you haven’t already started with your lists, start building them today!
I love learning about new tools to make social media marketing more creative and effective, so I’ve decided to share some of my favourite tools with you at the start of each week. This week’s cool tool recommendation is Foller.Me a simple, yet effective tool to get insights about any public Twitter profile.
How It Works
Foller.me is a Twitter analytics application that gives you rich insights about any public Twitter profile. The tool gathers near real-time data about topics, mentions, hashtags, followers, location and more. It then analyzes the tweet’s contents and tells you about topics usage in form of “tag clouds” so that you can easily understand which words were the most popular. Here’s what my tag cloud looks like:
Foller.me is a free tool – visit https://foller.me to try it for yourself today.
Even though social media is a common tactic used by marketers across the globe, myths about how and why to use social media persist. Buying into these myths will seriously undermine your social media marketing. In my latest infographic learn how to counter five of the most prevalent myths with my myth-busting tips.
Click to see more social media marketing myths and how to bust them.
I love learning about new tools to make social media marketing more creative and effective, so I’ve decided to share some of my favourite tools with you at the start of each week. This week’s cool tool recommendation is Infogr.am – a free design tool which makes it super simple to put together an infographic.
How to use it:
1. Go to https://infogr.am and log in with your Google or Facebook account.
2. Choose from one of the three available themes – Infographic, Chart/Graph, or Map – or you can click on “Data import or source” to start with your numbers.
3. Pick a theme for your project.
4. To your right, you’ll see the settings bar that lets you set the width, theme, add a custom logo, and specify a share button. To your left, you’ll see several icons. Clicking on them lets you customize your infographic with a map, a chart, text boxes, pictures, data, and even videos.
5. When your project is complete, give your infographic a title and description. Decide on your permission settings. Do you want to make this public? Or is it just for your own use (public is the default setting; you will have to upgrade your account to keep it private)? Click “Share” to send out your infographic to your social networks, or to get an embed link to add it to your blog or website!
I love learning about new tools to make social media marketing more creative and effective, so I’ve decided to share some of my favourite tools with you at the start of each week. This week’s cool tool recommendation is Gratisography, a collection of free high-resolution pictures you can use on your personal and commercial projects, free of copyright restrictions.
What I really like about this site is many of the images are quirky and fun – no cheesy stock images here!
Check it out at https://gratisography.com and see for yourself.
I love learning about new tools to make social media marketing more creative and effective, so I’ve decided to share some of my favorite tools with you at the start of each week. This week’s cool tool recommendation is Crazy Egg – a tool that tracks scrolls and clicks behavior on web pages to better understand customer interactions.
Its features include:
A picture of where people clicked on your site.
With confetti, you will be able to distinguish all of the clicks you get on your site segmented by referral sources, search terms and more.
The scrollmap shows how far down the page people are scrolling and helps determine where visitors abandon the page.
When you look at the overlay report, you will be able to see the number of clicks on each element of your page.
All plans are FREE for the first 30 days.
I love learning about new tools to make social media marketing more creative and effective, so I’ve decided to share some of my favorite tools with you at the start of each week. This week’s cool tool recommendation is Google Alerts.
Google Alerts are email updates of the latest relevant Google results (web, news, blogs) based on your choice of query – for example, keeping updated on emerging healthcare trends. You can control how often you receive these alerts (daily or weekly), whether you wish to receive all mentions, or limit it to the most relevant, and you can add new alerts, or delete old ones at any point.
Use Google Alerts to monitor who’s talking about your brand. This is important so you can respond to any criticism, customer complaints or thank someone for writing something positive about you.